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Topic: Need a solution - Free Reader users can't save their form data
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 124230
From: alphazero
Date: 12/21/2004 04:27 AM

I have many many Acrobat forms. Our users prefer to of course to be able to SAVE their work so that they can access it later. This has required that the users own a fully licensed copy of Acrobat.

My dilemma is that more and more users in our organization are requiring to access/use/save these PDF forms that have been created. The bean counters aren't thrilled about handing out another $299 every time someone is hired that requires use of these forms.

Aside from scrapping the whole PDF idea and going to something like Word/Excel formats users can save... is there a solution that anyone would suggest to use on our users stand-a-lone computers?

Thanks in advance.


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